Kindness is a Language the Deaf Can Hear and the Blind Can See
This is the story of four individuals who are taking action to create positive change for those living with hearing, vision, and mobility impairments in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Music, Art, Theater and Culture: Rising Above Nationalism in Mostar
As long as they continue to work together to create music, works of art and culture, and theatrical performances, they will bring back the real “Mostar identity” – an identity that belongs to everyone.
The Right to Choose: Embracing Differences in an Increasingly Intolerant Society
By setting double standards and speaking about quasi-democracy and human rights while rejecting everything that is different, Bosnian society is becoming increasingly intolerant.
Education in the Netherlands regarding the Yugoslavian War
Anna Idzinga and Milou Liebregts present the results of a recent high school survey they conducted in the Netherlands, which highlighted just how little young people there know about the Srebrenica genocide.
Vitez – Differences as a Tool for Segregation
“Our parents and schools fill our heads with facts; while the fostering of critical thinking remains absent from our education.”
Mary-Ann Hennessey on Peacebuilding, Reconciliation and Youth Integration in Bosnia-Herzegovina
“Bosnia-Herzegovina is the only country in Europe that does not guarantee the right to education free from segregation,” according to Mary-Ann Hennessey, Head of the Sarajevo Office to the Council of Europe